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Tips to help prepare for and recover from wildfires

Wildfire Safety Tips

Tips to help you assess your risk and identify ways to protect your home and family from a wildfire.

Prepare a Home Fire Evacuation Plan with Your Family

Preparing your family with safe escape routes and instructions can be a lifesaver in the case of an emergency.

Roofing Materials That Stand Up to Nature

Learn about roofing shingles that will stand up to the harshest weather conditions.

Stay Informed

We’re here to help those affected by wildfires with all insurance or banking questions.

Whether you're buying a home with one or thinking of installing, here's what to know.

A fire at your place of business is a double whammy. Take steps to prevent fires.

Firefighters respond to nearly 400,000 home fires annually, so it pays to learn fire safety.

Stop, drop and roll is only the beginning — fire safety games and practice can help kids get educated.

Make sure your childcare provider has the information to keep your kids their safest.

The pros and cons of three types of safe rooms that can help protect your family during severe weather.

Help kids understand what to expect in severe weather.

Generator safety tips for when you need a portable generator to provide temporary power to your home.

A few helpful things homeowners should keep in mind for home insurance reviews.

A home inventory can expedite insurance claims process after theft, damage, or loss.

A home inventory lists everything you own, with each item's value.

Should you insure your home at replacement cost or market value? How to decide.

From smart ways to ask for a referral to how to find out about local certifications, you'll want to see these handy tips.

Protect your money and your house from home repair scams by learning these red flags.

Create a business natural disaster plan to protect your employees, secure assets and resume operations.

If your area got hit hard, predators may arrive offering repairs. Learn to spot them.